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ADELAIDE STOCK EXCHANGE. (BY TELEGRAPH.) ADELAIDE, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

(BY iTELEBIltAI'PH.) ADELMn.ID)E, lebrumry 17. West Australian gold stocks teoltisue quiet. Sales : Boulder North Extended, 2s 71d Black Prince. Is 2d. Is Id lBrown lHill lJunctaion. 4s 24 Block 45, 13s I cl Coolgardie, cent rights, 4Is, 34s t'.osgrovYeu 3s, 3s tid Croesus Extended, Is ;d4 E·l King, 3s id Oreat Boulder, L 7is, £6i 4; Oireat Coolgardlie. Is 111o Jlalnan's Central 18s Jiannun?'s Consols. 1Ss lu. t nnuan'a s Reward North, 5s 1l Hlanuan's Eureka, 2s 4d tannan's Central Extended, is 2d ilannan's Premier, Is Gd, Is 24 Iv:uhoe. 28s Ivanhoe Soutthl Extended. 2s 8d. 2s 2d Ivanhoe Junction. Is 4r1. Is 2d Island Lake Austin, 5s 6i Knlgoorlie Proprietary, 7s Kilpatrick Mount Benson. con us i1 Lake View, As (id Mtount Charlotte East, Is 94 Miaritaun Central, 2s 74 Maritana Extended, 28 lid, 2s 9d I'remierw, li 9l, IBs 6d, 11s 9d Premier ?:uth, Is 6d Rose and Shamrock, Bs 94d Reefer's Eureka, con 9s 3d Southern Boulders, is 7d, is 2d Railway, paid 5s ld XorsenmaritCrushinig, s lr...

Publication Title: Kalgoorlie Western Argus
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KALGURLI G.M. AND PROSPECTING SYNDICATE. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

KALGURIILI G.M. ANI) PROSPECTING SYNDICATE. An extraorlinary general meeting of the above syndicate was held at the Australia hotel on Mondny evening. There was a large attendance. and Mr R. D. Thomson pr?idded. A cable was real from the Syndicate's repre sentative in London. con?tailning an offer for the whole of the blocks held by the Syndicate made by a London company. It. was pointed out that recent developments hal enhancsl the value of the mine, and it was decided to advise the Syndicate's representative of this. and to make terms with him. The meeting unanimously left the whole matter in the hands of the directors. with full power to sell the leases.

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BULONG (I O U) PROPRIETARY G.M. Co [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

I.?LONG (I0 U) PROPRIETARY GM. CO A meeting of the Bulong (1 0 U) Propric tary Gold-mining Jo. of W.A., was held at the Australia hotel on "Monday evening. Mr T. F. Whitfon? occupied the chair. There was a good attendance of shareholders. A cable was read.from the London representa tive of the Company, offering terms for the putchase of the property. It was unani mously resolved that the disposal of the claims he left in the lumds of the directors.

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HANNAN'S NAPIER. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

I.ANNAN'S XAI'JEit. This properly is being developed very quickly by the English Company that luhas securedl the old Napier block at the foot of the Marituna hill. Mr. Robert Gibson is in charge of the mine, and is doing good work. He has sunk three shafts to a depth of 60ft., with a view to driving the whole, length of the block front north to south, and thus by crosscuttinlg :at several points from the shafts and drive to test the value of the property. Already the two southerenmost shnfts have been connectled, and a. start is being marule to connect with thet north shaft. In the bottom of the'last named working. a formation, ap parently widlc and carrying a few dwts. of gold per ton, haI been met with. 'fThis will be thoroughly prospected within, the next. few weeks, and its value tested. The block: isit small one, but the position is good, and the manager is confidlent of striking, some of *the big lodles of the vicinity.

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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15. (Before Warden L. R. Davis.) EXEMPTION APPLICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

(iteforit Warden L. it. Davis.) EKEMI.PTION APPIICATIONS. .1. E. Norman :applied for one month's: ex emlption on g)rounds of scarcity of n~telr and labor. Apdplieiant deposed that: since the ap plictationi was n'ule rain hal faitlen and there. viwas water available. In reply to the Watlcn the applicant s;aid lhe hd sought for labor in the town, but he h:du not ndvertiseci., nor haml he posted noticas calling for labor at the Warde:n's noftliese or on the leasqe. The Winarlet refused to g~ant exemption, stating that sufficieint trouble hlud not been taken to obtain men. Matthew RIolda, agent for Richanrd IHamil ton, of the G irest louldelr mine. aapplied for six monith's ont three leases for tC"e purposes oC co'tiic evitriattiin. 1trconuvnoudeld. L. Matthews, per Hair uanLl Co.-One mnouth's exetzpt ion oni grounds of sickness. G ranted. M. Curra.n-One month on le:te :at Smith field : searci y of water, which applicant dlepo.ed wVa three miles from lease. Granted. Charles Armnstrong-O...

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HANNAN'S SIR JOHN FORREST. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

IHANNAN'S S1i1 JOHN FOR>, EST. This property of 12 acres is also being worked by, an English com!npany, amu forums part of the chain of British comilpa?ys that now surroundl the 3laitajttm on all sides. The olnly bit of country abutting on the Maritana hou?idarics not beiing worked by Entglish owners is the Mlaritanla North b:lok. held by an Adelaide nompmituy. The most important discovery that has a.- yet beeni made on the Forrest minet31 is. the north aid south forma tion met with in the south shaft. This was struck at the SOft level. anmid has been driven into 7ft or 8ft witlhout, getting through it. It consists of lecomnlposedl poilphrl, mnid although not richl ini goldhi, is vely:. prmisiUmg iin appearanlce. :adaiis li tshe big minle of the locality, the iein stuff is netted with quartz leaders rlnning in all sirection? a. It is too soon to say vOry mulch about 'the iliscovory'. but its alppeara.nce is .very prlomising. The mnlilt shllft is down tiOf1t, and is being timlbere...

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HANNAN'S GOLDEN GROUP. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

HANNAN'S UOLDEN GRlOUP. A rceord has been, put up by the nmnager of this milne, AMr. C(rlier, .who has accom ptished the frnt of sinking to water-level and striking :a siupply iin 5T3 .lays. This is some thing to IK prxoid of in a coultry where water is searce, and eveIn given tmht 'Mr Car lior hahs 1ld great luck. his' achievement is nOne the less prlisetwor'thy. For most of the dista?ce his i haEt has been carried through shooting ground, alt hough not of the lhardest variety, and to sink 1il6 feet in a5 days is something to he proud of. Not only has a supply of water been met with at this depth, but the flow is heavy. and the water is not nearly so salt as the general run of the mine water of the district. At the saume time as the water was met with, a reef, or, ralther lode formation of considerable size and carry ing fair gold was struck. There are now i9 shafts down to a depth of U10)fI; or.more onl the 80 acre location owned by the Company. while in one of them the continuati...

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13. (Before Messrs Davis, R.M., and Thomson, J.P.). THE SANITARY CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

TH1{ISDAY, 1tniFEBRUARY 13. (lBefore MItesrs Davis, 1R.a.. anti Thloms:on. J.P.). TIE? SANITAltY CASES. The R.LM. gave his decision it the sanitary prmsccutioi c:ase Bartlett v. Rosenthal. He said thati there was at conflict of cvi dene. but there hlut been, he believedl, a slight nuisance. It couh1 not have been very bhal, or peoplel using the pre rmises would have noticedi it. He would dis miss the case, but without costs, as lie did not wish to discourage the municipal tathori ties in their endeavours to keep the town in a clean state. ht the case of Bartlett v. Davey, dismissed on the previous day, the I.M. 'said for the same reasc,-n :e woulki not allow costs. ALLEG ED PCICKPOCKEITING. John l isher was chl?rged with stealing the sumof C£3 1 s from O. E. 'Tully on VWednes tIly, 12th February. The accused, who w s undefended, electel to be tried at the next General Sessions. Corporal Bonrtor conducted the prosecution, and called John Quigley, licensee of the Club Hotel. who depos...

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LONDON AND WESTERN AUSTRALIAN EXPLORATION CO., LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

LOS1)DO,A \I) WIESTI'ER AIISTRiALL? EXPLORATION CO.. LTD. Messrs. Bewick, Moreing an? Co. annonuce that they wish to warn brokers mid other persons lending money on shares. that there are lunmerous traustere iln circulntion lhearing a forged certification as to the deposit of stock at the Company's office. Several such forgeries have been piresentel at the office of the JLondon and Western Australiang Exploration Co., Ltd.. recently, and heavy losses incurred by lenders. As the forgers have gone to the extent of having indinrubber stamps cut in imitation of the company's stamps, the forgeries are evidently being committle wholesale : it is therefore advisable in ltending money to insist upon having the certificate attached to the transfer.

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Local Court. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12. SANITARY CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

Local Court. ?'Enss)?lSu)AY. :?IU.VRUARY 12. SAXITAitY CA$E i. Henry It wŽ;imthtl. on the informntiou of A. Hi. Bartlett. Town Clerk. wa. harget:l with neglecting to comply wit ht an order fromn the Local Board. of HeAth I . daed 5tlh Felbruary. to cleatise twn-o chlo;t·e situatedl tit hi-i pre nlises within the t1ime n.lle l iln suc.h order. Mr. 1'ilkingtnu npitarla-l for thdIefetudlaut. A. H. BartIltt del?o.e4'l that on t or about 2St.h .January I:he Irew the attenlction of the sunitary itslect:?:r ti he- state ,it lthe closet? on th;e tdhiowhleant's plor.,ise's. On the same day the inslp-ctor wr- t Ito Mr L?:c-uthtl in strlucteing himn to In ik -t e:rtain ailterat'ions to0 :Ldatit the lilai.e?le. '.'t Mr Pilkinigtont : Ifi se.in the tltoCet. on 2.4th January and oin ilt 5It Febon t.'y. Alttea tioultl ha. betliu -Ie i elt. tt ht i af illltg of timhe 1umttltllonS. ''hme cl tLt wer SVl'. cli strlll ctl'i let that.the tlurinle tliu .id gt i l t'.h¶ p14.u but fell beineath them, anss ...

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Mining Registrar. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

Mining Registrar. The recently app int-led .mingui regista i for the district oil Kurnialpi. M.r W. McKilery. arrivedl here last Fi'ida-y m proceedled to urnal li this week. The rs. trar is an old Victorian of cýnlsidral mining exslericltt . ile has been in the otti of the Minister of 'ines for somle tnont11 P I)nlSt Ianlld1 is covers'ait, witl all Ithe lntest, d" veloplmentts of luinit g law in West Austrlmir, The district of Kurall pi is to tizb contgratul tee on having seaurcd such an cfficiit registrar. who it the near f:ture. will. ; ) doubt. he the W1.rden of the newly creat# goldfield of Klur i. ai ::

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A Boom at Buluwayo. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

A Boom at Buluwayo. Bunluwayo, the chief centre of Ilhodesia, South Africa. must he booming. An Au lander, whose letter is publishedl in "Luckland Star," sar's :--" I suppose in world's history there never has been sucl aidt sale as thie ne held here in AugI .(stands telching t£54000 only 85ft or (looft 15Uft), considering it being 500 miles frt any railway and its arge. The total proc were nearly £160,000.W The railwaylhas be commenced, and we trust the first engi may bIe in Butlwayo- 'ithin three yemer. only the gold is a suchess the country Nwill made. Everything is fearfully dear. But 18sper lb. egeg ls ild p]er dozen, fowls, (id each, potatoes 2s per t11. A forttnit ago two caulitlo wers. were sold for £1 I each, and a duck forl 19s. Kerosene i secal and £10 per 5gal tin is askedt For present mansion di two boxes (10fAt x I c:tch) and kitchen (7ft x lift) I pay £9 per Iounth, ini adv:ance, and am very lucky get this accommodation. ''Ihere arc certaili chances of making money he...

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THURSDAY, FEB. 13. (Before Warden L. R. Davis.) [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

THuISDAY, FEB. 13. (Before Wardien I. 11. Davis.) Zallner v. Fraser.--ObjetionI to survey of lea.e 1944. Plaintiff daposl d that he was a registerel shareholder of lease 2587. At the time the lease was pegged out in October Sthercr ' were no other pegs in the groutnd. He applied for the lease on November 12th. u)efendaltt depose.l thatt he pIeg;.,-d lease 1944 • 11 Octobor 4th last in the presenice of a witiness. Put t notice inl red ink onl auch peg. The pegs were never shifted and the Jo:lease siurteye.l within the pegos put; in by witness. Walter Harris deposed that lhe wans present at the pegging of 'lease 1941. Haul been onl the groun.:t since it was su' veyed and the pegs were 'il the s:amue posi .ion. ' The Warden said the evidence pointed to lease 1944 being properly surveyed. The Cvidence would b. sent to the Minister for his deeisionl. APPLICATION FOR IS T NSCTION This was an appliieattion for an injune'tioll .against the hollers of lease 2174, cn the .grounds that: a ipre...

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SECOND DAY. ALBANY, February 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

$ECOND DAY. ALBANY. Fbclruary 14. The second days races wore AwNell attelŽled. itesulta :-- RAILWAY STAKES. One umile ,iw a qruarer. Skylight ... ... ... ... 1 Carbonate... ... ... 2 Snapshot ... ... ... ... . Timte. 2mifn.. 20 4s-.se. SELIAN:" HIANDICAP' ltRAE. Shan rock ... ... ... ... I Slander ....... ...... 2 Belgomino ... ... ... 3 MILLS CrP One utile. 1nainstay .. ... ... ... 1 Skylight ... ... ... ... 2 )Dryden .... .......... ,, arlbnn tc. i]'rinmee Clharli and 1,aidv Allmnny also r?n. Mainstay rushed to tie fIo it. with (arlnmn.lle next. lmit. the oti)ers close i)p. At the half distan.ce Maintlisay led iy tihree frgtmhs. Skylight mInA Dliryden -'g-nJii.to tclose andil tiln reachinimg tlh tuilr ilnto hiesstagimlt hid mmmrly rencheu him. At the d-imtanue tie thlmee were mmatily itogether. iut Mainistay was siaken u,,. nimd di wimtr away ag?i, woln birilliantly by lthree llengths Time. 18. see. PONY l ACE. Breidna won : only two starters. ""AIlIWIVELI, HANDICAP. Mr Towton's' ...

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THE WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

THE, WELTlNGTOU'. Captain fHentlerseon, who has returned from an inspection of the Wellingtoi Mine. Kurnalpi, staf?.s that at the G0ft level gold' has again been struck. The reef Is 6ft wide in both shafts. and driving i iin progress to couineet the two workings. Captain Hen demson states that on the return journey he noticed that rain hdut fallen last week over a stretchl of country four' miles wide, rpuning from cast to we?s. The bullock-hole on the Kurnalpi rojl, was full of water, but the evaporation is ~o str'oltg at this time of the, year the water will not last long. There was also water in the Kutrnalpi Lake, mak ing it difliclt for buggies to get through. Captain Henderson folund Penny's in. full working order under mn efficient manager. They eonder se the water from one of their shafts for their own use.

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ROYAL MINT AND IRON KING. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

IROYAI4 MINT ANY) ILION KllN~. This mire. which wan sold to a. London compamny some little time ago, is unfortu nately hung up owing to a dispute between the purehasers andl the vendors. It is a. great pity that this quarrel has a.risen, be cause the mine is well opened up, amid a 10 head battery is i-eady to be started. The compaiay has a splendid supply of water, a shaft having been sunk on the flat inciluded in the two leases held by the company. This was sdnk to a depth of l90ft, anal the water stands 80ft. above the bottom. All the water required for the mine anl for brick makitpg has been raised by meains of a whip for some month?s past without making any impression on the supply., A steamu pump has been iorailere to raise the water for the battery. anl(d it is believe:l this will keep the stamalpers supplie. In sinking the shaft a nice look ing reef was struck, awl it i iintended tc crosscut from the 100ft level to test its value more thoroughly whena. work is re s;umaed. The...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED BUSINESS ON THE ':EL S. WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCERS, CL~tHIERS, IRONMONGERS, HOUSE FURNISHERS, WINE, BEER, & SPIRIT MERCHANTS, And GENERAL IMPORTERS. Our Mr. FIMISTER has just returned frpnm theB Eastern Colonies, where he has been makih gm ost Extensive Purchases, and we are prepared to let our Customers have the full benefit of same at the lowest possible rates. - A large stock of Mining and other Timber, C.G. and P. Iron, and Mining Materials of all kinds just to hand. Specially selected for the Goldfields: THE NEW PATENT WEATH-ERBOARD, OVer 00ooo feet. landing;: much cooler than Iror? for" ...R esidences-.". .., Wines, Beer, and Spirits, all the most popular brands in the market, by case or gallon at lowest ... prices. - PROMPT DISP ?1H & PERSONAL ATTENTION. GOODS DELIVERED: S "7MLY TO ALL THE PRINCIPAL MINES. ' : OTE OUR Ue Uality?,s ?he test of e.. apness" A gents for the fanous Swan Brewery Beear. -5 i., .-,. ,.-, .- . . , . . . ....

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QUEEN MARGARET. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

QUEEN 8MAIRiAIIET. This mine which is situatel at the 1 O U. was recently floated in Melbourne, and is opening up splendidly. The north shaft is down 43ft. on the uniderlny in good ore, while the north drive put in at the 20ft. level hl s been driven 12ft, in rich stone, showing gold all through it, and assaying up to Lion. per ton. The No. 1 underlay shaft, is down to thle 100)ft. level, and drives have been put in at. several points fromn it. At the i0ft. level, tihe drive has been run iit 53ft. connecting it with the north shanft. All through this drive the samples averaged about 6ioz per tol:. The south drive at this level has been dhriven only a few feet. but the stone is extremely rich, and is estimated to yield about 20oz to tie ton. The main vertical shaft; is down to. the 10ft. level, and tile north drive at the 73ft. level is in SC4ft., while the soutth drive is in r0ft. in good average satone. There is a big pile of ore at grass, estimantl to contain 400 tons, all of whic...

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WARDEN'S COURT PROCEDURE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

WADllI)EN 'i COUlIT I'IROCEJUII:E. TO THE EDITOJR. Nir.-1 have been illn attetinllce at tWhe Waurien'. Court. for two dnays this week, andl 1 could not help being struck with the great necessity there is for a ru!dical change in the method of procedure. Not bein'g one of the gentlemen privileged to occupy a seat at the table, I have laul to stand for seven?I :omrs at a stretch behind the barrier. Siurel the Government of W. A. is not so badly off that it uanliot. lprovitde seatingl aceommoda tion for those who attend the court, mlaniof rlhom have laid to walk miles to he present. Besides the discomfort to those who stand and wait. there is also much noise caused through the moving of feet. This leads me to refer to another matttcr inl connection with the procedure of the (court. Owing to applicants and witnesses being allowed to berdl over the Warden's table when making their statements, it is impossible for any one. except the Warden, to hear what is said. As has been stated int th...

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LAKE VIEW SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Kalgoorlie Western Argus — 20 February 1896

LAKE VIEW tSOUTH. This mine, which was recently floated-in Adelaide and London. was formerly one of thi 10 blocks held by the Coolgardie conm puny. Dlu'ing the tinle they held it the priperty was well opened up, and is now alulosl: in a ponsition to commence crushing. The mainl shaft is down to a depth of 140ft, and a good0 sup:ply of water Its been struck. The shaft is timbered and divided into three compartntents, antud is equippled with a wind ing engine and poppets. Two other shafts are tlovwn to a idepthl of lOoft, and l th three are connectel by means of- a drive put m on the course of the lode. The drive has opened up the lode for a leogth of 500ft, andt the reef. a; contimniatioli of the Lake Viewi lode, averages from ift to Nft in width. It is believed to average lower for gold than the ore from the Lake View, but it shows gohl freely ini plaesand is fairly rich. The palmrtt company erected a 10 head batter y on the property. and within a short time the mill will be startel...

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